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News Links | September 27, 2016

September 27, 2016

Blyn naturalist publishes guide to Northwest | Cybersecurity: how to protect your private information | 3rd bachelor’s degree approved through Grays Harbor College | What’s working: 21st century advising for today’s college students | Veterans risk homelessness, losing tuition after ITT Tech shutdown | Former Centralia College student adds 17 years to Thurston County weather records | The future of Washington wine is in the skilled hands of the next generation | Seattle Central College turns 50, celebrates history of social activism | Our views: Centralia College continues to grow and improve >>

News Links | September 22, 2016

September 22, 2016

Centralia College to offer bachelor's degree in teacher education in fall 2017 | Big Bend brings emerging technology to Medical Simulation Lab | A chat with Dr. Jim Minkler: Grays Harbor College welcomes a new president | Edmonds CC faculty member elected to cybersecurity curriculum standards panel | Pierce College student lends a hand overseas | Back to the books Big Bend students dive into fall quarter | 172 youths completed Tacoma’s youth summer jobs program | Julie McDonald commentary: Leave a legacy through books, art and stories | Krissy Kim recognized with Anna Sue McNeil Assessment, Teaching and Learning Award | Write in the Harbor 2016 conference offers something for writers at all levels >>

News Links | September 20, 2016

September 20, 2016

Seattle Central marks 50 years of activism on Capitol Hill | Columbia Basin College enrollment still growing | Fall quarter begins today at Clark College | New OC building taking shape as students return for fall quarter | LCC opens its doors to former ITT Technical Institute students | #BookBrainChallenge promotes libraries’ digital services | Aberdeen man leaves largest donation in Grays Harbor College Foundation history | Beyond Disabilities spreads awareness about life with disabilities and eradicating bullying | New school year, new president at GHC | Edmonds Community College throws a party to celebrate 50 years | Spokane students left hanging after ITT Tech closure | Family-friendly Oak Harbor pub holding grand opening Saturday | Insider’s tip: How high school students can ace college at EdCC | Big Bend, Moses Lake Food Bank team up to open on-campus food pantry | Renton woman wins national psychology award | Everett Recovery Cafe helps people deal with addiction | Centralia College to open a winter group for popular bachelor’s degree program | Green River interim president ready to serve community, students | Green River College’s new Auburn Center opens | Green River College welcomes former ITT Tech students | Were you an ITT Tech student? Whatcom County colleges taking transfers for fall >>

News Links | September 13, 2016

September 13, 2016

Pierce College chancellor recognized for exceptional leadership | Grays Harbor College ready to launch second bachelor’s degree program | LCC honors TDN for Students in Need fund drive | Closure leaves ITT Tech students in limbo | Ceremony in Edmonds marks 15-year anniversary of 9/11 attack | Opinion: Columbia Basin College a good investment for students, taxpayers | VA nursing facility project offers home and work | Mount Vernon event provides free health and social services | Bellingham Technical College is helping ITT Tech students | The list: Enrollment jumps at Washington's largest community college | Nucor Steel donates 65,000 pounds of steel to welding program at South Seattle College | Our views: Passing of Carolyn Shaw the end of an era | Briefs: EvCC dean wins grant to develop online faculty feedback | SFCC, SCC helping former ITT Tech students transfer >>

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